Fall 2010

Welcome to the Fall 2010 Issue of The Citron Review. Though we have fewer contributions this month, I think you’ll see what we lack in quantity is made up by the quality of the contributions. Many chose to challenge themselves and undertook our theme for this quarter, the second person point of view. There’s a unique texture to this particular point of view, one that can be very difficult to handle efficiently. I think you’ll see that our contributors this month allowed the POV to highlight the particular timbre of their unique voices in their submissions. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.

As much as we enjoyed this quarter’s theme, we’ve elected not to decide on a theme for the Winter 2010 issue. As always, we welcome your submissions.


Aaron D. Gansky
The Citron Review

Curt Eriksen Four Poems Poetry
Donal Mahoney Waiting for Poems Poetry
Diane D. Gillette Lilacs Fiction
Diane Kendig How to Find Deceptive Cognates Poetry
Diane Sherlock The Green Bench Fiction
Michelle Ong The Big Picture Fiction
Ron Riekki Write a Book Fiction
David Cotrone Leather Fiction
Gina Corso Hallelujah Creative
Adam J. Sorkin,
Liviu Bleoca
Marta Petreu in translation
(Romanian Originals)

🍋10th Anniversary

Fall 2019 IssueSeptember 23rd, 2019
68 days to go.

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We have some happy news to share! The Citron Review contributor Amye Archer has joined our Creative Nonfiction editorial team. Let's welcome her! Amye Archer - Author of Fat Girl, Skinny: A Memoir, and is the co-editor of If I Don't Make It, I Love You: Survivors in the Aftermath of School Shootings. (Skyhorse Publishing, Inc., 2019). She holds an MFA from Wilkes University. Amye's work has been published in Scary Mommy, Longreads, Feminine Collective, Brevity, Marie Claire, and more. Amye is mom to twin daughters and wife to Tim. She lives in Northeast Pennsylvania. Follow her at @amyearcher https://citronreview.com/2019/03/20/one-week/ #briefliterature #cheerstotenyears #amreading #TheCitronReview #creativenonfiction
We're pleased to highlight creative nonfiction from Julie Watson. "Odds Are" is now available in our Summer Issue. https://citronreview.com/2019/06/21/odds-are/ #amreading #flashcnf #summerissue #cheersto10years
Anita Goveas, @raspberrybakewell, has fiction featured in our Summer Issue. https://citronreview.com/2019/06/21/coverings/ #amreading #flashfiction #summerissue #cheersto10years
New Flash Fiction from Mary Grimm, who has published a novel, Left to Themselves and a collection of stories, Stealing Time (which are both on Random House). She teaches fiction writing at Case Western Reserve University. https://citronreview.com/…/…/21/the-dream-of-her-long-dying/ #TheCitronReview #SummerIssue #Summer2019 #flashfiction #cheersto10years
Creative Nonfiction from our new Summer issue, "What About Me?" by Phyllis Reilly. https://citronreview.com/2019/06/21/what-about-me/ #TheCitronReview #SummerIssue #Summer2019 #flashcnf #cheersto10years
From our summer issue, "How Much Snow" by Erik Moellering. Erik Moellering teaches English at A-B Tech Community College in Asheville, NC, where he also performs in a variety of theatrical productions. https://citronreview.com/2019/06/21/how-much-snow/ #TheCitronReview #SummerIssue #CitronSix #Summer2019 #poetry #cheersto10years

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